The Most Un-Tradable Players in the NHL

February 8th, 2011 by Ron Van Lew Leave a reply »
As I sat on hiatus for quite some time, I took a few moment to reflect on some of the larger mistakes general managers of NHL teams have made when offering contracts to players.

I have compiled a list of players with a short synopsis on what to me makes them some of the most un-tradable players in the NHL. This will be a countdown from best to worst.


10) David Legwand Nashville Predators

While Legwand may be the longest tenured player left in Nashville, he sure does not light up the score board. Only one time in 11 seasons did he put up more than 20 goals. Legwand has three years remaining on a contract that pays him on average of $4 million a season.


9) Jason Spezza Ottawa Senators

Yes, some could argue he should be higher on the list as after this season he has three years remaining on his contract that will pay him an average of $7 million per season. But let's not count out his talent. The man can play the game, and with good health and proper motivation, he can hit the 80-point per season mark.


8) Lubomir Visnovski Anaheim Ducks

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